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"Sound & Motion Records" is now "Sound & Motion"! With a brand new and fresh image and new members on our netlabel we celebrate by having our fourth release.
This time frech female producer Playground brings us a release full of agressive beats and melodic tunes with his track "Vanilla Sky" along with remixes.
First track is a remix from argentina producer German LM. German LM decided to colaborate with our netlabel with to remixes, this being the first. Keeping the sound of the original, German makes a version of his own Progressive style, with a great structure and awesome instrumentation.
Second track is YetTken's White Remix. YetTken this time shows his ability to reinterpretate a song and brings a darker feeling to his version. Blowing our mind with agressive drums and Techno percusions, his remix is full of different FXs that will surely elevate the energy in every dancefloor.
At last but not less important is the original mix of "Vanilla Sky". Playground makes a very remarkable production with a melancholy feeling in the air that reminds us those lovely and mellow afternoons that allow us to ambody different feelings.
This fourth release is the beggining of a new stage in Sound & Motion, and we hope you like this new release.
This audio is part of the collection: Sound & Motion
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Source: Digital Release
Keywords: playground; vanilla; sky; yettken; german; lm; remix; white; sound; motion; netlabel; free; somo;
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
|Audio Files||320Kbps MP3||Ogg Vorbis|
|Vanilla Sky (German LM Remix)||
|Vanilla Sky (YetTken's White Remix)||
|Vanilla Sky (Original Mix)||
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Subject: Vanilla Sky by Playground
I thought this was better than average for a what I'd typically expect from three tracks of electronic music. I thought track one was three stars though.